Staff at Surrey based Cleankill Pest Control are celebrating after the company won its first national award. Cleankill clinched the Service Provider of the Year category of ARMA’s (Association of Residential Managing Agents) inaugural ACE Awards. The awards ceremony, which was held at Tobacco Dock in London’s east end, was attended by 450 industry professionals. The awards were introduced to celebrate excellence and exceptional achievement by the UK's leading residential managing agents, their suppliers and the work of their people in improving the lives of over a million leaseholders across the country.
On 24th and 25th June, Cleankill Pest Control again sent volunteers to help at The Supercar Event, held at Top Gear Testing Track, Dunsfold Aerodrome, Surrey. This annual event raises money for The Children’s Trust – the UK's leading charity for children with brain injuries.
Cleankill Pest Control will be at the world's largest dedicated facilities management event, the Facilities Show, between 20th and 22nd June. This year’s event promises to be bigger than ever before with over 11,000 delegates visiting from over 40 countries.
In the space of 24-hours, Surrey-based Cleankill Pest Control has been shortlisted in two categories, at two different award ceremonies. The multi-award winning company has been named among the finalists of ‘Provider of the Year’ at the ARMA Ace Awards and shortlisted for ‘Best Customer Service’ at the Lewes District Business Awards. Held for the first time in 2017, the ARMA Ace Awards celebrate excellence and exceptional achievement among the UK's leading managing agents and their suppliers.
Cleankill Pest Control has been announced as sponsor for the category of ‘Customer Service’ at the inaugural ARMA ACE Awards. Organised by the Association of Residential Managing Agents (ARMA), these awards recognise excellence and exceptional achievement by the UK's leading residential managing agents, their suppliers and the work of their people in improving the lives of thousands of leaseholders across the country.
Cleankill Pest Control had cause to celebrate again when an employee was named winner of the Charles Keeble Award at the inaugural British Pest Management Awards. The award recognises outstanding commitment and performance in training and development. Chris Davis is currently the Training, Quality and Technical Manager for award-winning Cleankill Pest Control. He has worked for the company for ten years and trains Cleankill’s technicians while coaching and mentoring colleagues through their professional qualifications.
Cleankill Pest Control was named ‘Green Business of the Year’ at the 2017 Gatwick Diamond Business Awards on 16th March 2017. The award, sponsored by Crawley Borough Council, was presented to the company that exhibited best overall environmental management and provided the most outstanding eco-service.
Cleankill Pest Control is delighted to announce it has been named as a finalist in the 2017 Gatwick Diamond Business Awards. Cleankill Pest Control has been named as one of three finalists in the category of Green Business of the Year - sponsored by Crawley Borough Council. This category recognises companies that provide an ‘outstanding eco-service’ and exhibit the highest levels of environmental management.
Cleankill Pest Control is celebrating after reaching the finals of the national industry awards which recognise the crème de la crème of the UK’s pest control profession. Surrey-based Cleankill has been shortlisted for the Company of the Year Award and Quality, Technical and Training Manager Chris Davis has been named a finalist for the Charles Keeble Award which recognises ‘outstanding commitment and performance in training and development’. Paul Bates, Managing Director, said: “We are thrilled to have reached the finals of this prestigious national contest against some extremely tough competition.
Surrey based pest control company, Cleankill Pest Control, is warning customers of the threat posed by rats during the winter months. Pest control experts have seen an increase in the number of call-outs from businesses and homeowners looking to rid themselves of a rat problem.